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Young, Ilene Esquire - Langhorne, PA

The Lofts at Oxford ValleySuite 204172 Middletown BoulevardLanghorne, PA 19047

Updated: 09/30/2016

Langhorne Education Law Lawyer


A practicing attorney since 1983, Ilene B. Young, Esquire, combines her courtroom experience in general civil and family law with her knowledge in legal matters concerning children with special needs. As a parent of a special needs child, Ilene recognizes that the times a family member is in need of assistance and counsel are filled with uncertainty and endeavors to develop a full understanding of the legal situation through careful attention to the client's needs. In her exceptional...


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